Lincoln's immediate ancestors -- Fourteen years in Indiana -- Removal to Illinois -- Six years at New Salem -- "The law and the lady" -- In politics and Congress -- State capital and eighth circuit -- Enters politics again -- The battles of the giants -- Widening renown -- Candidate for president -- As president-elect -- The journey to Washington -- At the helm of state -- Defiance, disaster, sorrow -- Lincoln and McClellan -- The Emancipation Proclamation -- "The burden and heat of the day" -- Lincoln and Gettysburg -- Lincoln and Grant -- Renominated, elected, inaugurated -- The end of the war -- Lincoln's last day -- The world in mourning -- Short sayings of Abraham Lincoln
Monaghan, J. Lincoln bibliography
Oakleaf, J. Lincoln bibliography
Lincoln copy 1, 2 and 9: Bound in cloth with gold embossed portrait and white lettering; frontispiece
Lincoln copy 1: Author's handwritten inscription on flyleaf: Sincere wishes for lifelong happiness and prosperity. Gerturde and Wayne Whipple, May 1912
Liincoln copies 1 and 2 have no imprint on T.p
Lincoln copy 3: Bound in marbled boards with leather spine and corners
Lincoln copies 4 through 8: Bound in cloth with gold lettering and gold engraved shield with Lincoln portrait and red and white striped background
Lincoln copy 4: Bookplate: The Lincoln Centennail Association, Springfield, Illinois
Lincoln copy 4: Note from half-title page: This edition of the Story-Life of Lincoln, by Wayne Whipple, was published especially for the Lincoln Centennial Association of Springfield, Illinois. It is limited to eight hundred copies..
Lincoln copy 4: Pages before the T.p. include the object statement for The Lincoln Centennial Association, lists of former guests of honor, officers, and members
Due to the age and quality of paper, printing, binding and condition of this book, pages are skewed and discolored.